And in both situations, it has been civil society that either accelerated or slowed the common venture down. So a re-balance of priorities in the face of survival needs to be addressed. She wonders who are the Europeans and which elements are indispensable to understand this condition.
In section 6, Profesor Del Palacio refers to some aspects of this proposal. The chapter by M. These are the prospective progress guidelines derived from the lectures and discussions that took place during the Seminar.
Identity and citizenship being interdependent realities, in a world of great migratory movements such as our own, the way in which these dimensions are shaped constitutes the greatest challenge in the construction of an open Europe in an interdependent world. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, n.
We are going to carry out a nonproductive task. The purpose of this book is to promote the relevance of selfidentification of Europeans in contexts other than the economic one, referring to more valuable models of peaceful coexistence and political culture than the current ones.
Howarth highlighted another problem that many language centres face regarding their status within their institution and their relationship with other academic departments. On the other hand, there is no lack of detractors of the European identity, who argue that there is a scarcity of clearly traceable, historical referents.
Educational institutions that can be included within this concept of learning community have to encourage active citizenship and create democratic structures in every possible way, getting involved in European and international cooperation in order to strengthen their own identity as contribution to that European identity which is gradually being built.
This Seminar aims at making aspects of European Identity and its educational perspectives operative. What type of dynamics should they promote? In order to accomplish this, our reading and our contribution should keep alive the spirit that encouraged Jean Monnet, expressed in the Opening Address by the President of EDIW, when she quoted Jean Monnet as once having been able to crystallize the present-day challenge in the following words: And for the same reason, and precisely because the debate about the future of the European Union is so topical, it is almost impossible to avoid falling into the trap of repetitions.
We have gained so much expertise which deserves recognition from other related institutions and associa- tions and in the higher echelons of the European Union, and we should also be acting as consultants in other professional areas well beyond our national and European bounda- ries.
I believe it is desirable that spiritual and political leaders make ethics emerge in the European public conscience. AULC comprises active members from management, teaching, technical and resources staff.
Debates on the issue of European Identity have become inevitable. The subtitle of the book: How can the move be made towards a form of European patriotism that comprises the whole of Europe?
Rethinking European Identity and being educated on European Identity The work carried out jointly throughout this Seminar, most of which is contained in this book, has led us to formulate the following progress guidelines and to specify some actions that will be implemented with the collaboration of all the participants and institutions that wish to join our cause as well as of everyone who, after reading this book, would like to contact us.
Indeed it would surely mean less petrol, more money, more socialization, more communi- cation, less boredom, less pollution, less traffic congestion, more time, more quality of life; a more liveable future.
We live in an age in which identity is increasingly built by people through their interaction with groups with which they are associated in one way or another and through which they find their places in the society they belong to.
These two positive examples may be of some help and a source of encouragement to the following two cases of similar kinds of realities that might hopefully benefit from their experience, although it is never an easy task to break through the institutional barriers. As we shall note later, this unfortunately is not always the case.
Ms Encarna Herrero indicates, from the Spanish standpoint, that European programmes contribute to the enhancement of quality education and to the promotion of ethical values that are necessary in any society, whilst they foster in citizens a feeling of belonging to Europe.
In our opinion, this explanation needs to be qualified. How do people cope with their adaptation processes between cultures? In this sense, what we understand by modernity essentially belongs to Europe.
Throughout Section 5 we have had the opportunity to talk about some images of identity construction: In the course of the Seminar, the contribution of political leaders from the European Parliament was indeed significant.
First of all, the ever increasing lack of human resources is due more often than not to the lack of financial resources to pay for both teaching and administrative staff.
Un enfoque basado en el desarrollo de competencias. As an example, these are some of the projects that have been carried out: Lastly, says Torrevejano, if it makes any sense at all to talk about the ethical dimension in European Identity, Europe cannot be configured as a fortress in front of any external space.
The pedagogical project and the school plan must constitute the basis for the learning community. Holbrook and Devonshire who describe it in terms of research-informed teaching — where discipline-based research informs con- tent — and research skills teaching — where students develop research skills; they also add a further element of research-inquiry teaching, when academics use research to investi- gate the effectiveness of teaching and learning activities, i.
The former are necessary yet insufficient to develop the feeling of belonging. The name of our association, EDIW Education for an Interdependent Worldcontains a reference to an interdependent world that demands dynamics of solidarity and peace, as mentioned throughout the book.Explore; Log in; Create new account; Upload ×.
This analysis is reflected in the programme in the first two Sections of Block 1: What do we Mean When we Say Europe? and What Underlies European Policies? Institutional Objectives in the Construction of a European Identity? Apr 10, · Alchemical poetry in medieval and early modern Europe: a preliminary survey and synthesis.
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